The African Cup of Nations (AFCON) Qualifiers are gearing up for its penultimate rounds, as two games are left for each team, except otherwise, before the draws are made for the competition proper.
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The African Cup of Nations is one of the most competitive tournaments in international football. As Cote D'Ivoire is set to host the next edition, we bring to you the TV schedule of where to watch the games in Nigeria, and other parts of Africa, as teams square off against each other to grab qualification spots for the tournament now billed to commence early next year.
The TV broadcast and live streaming covers how each team qualifies for Africa’s biggest football competition, bringing to fans their favourite national teams, players and the intrigues each game brings as each team battles the other for a place in Cote D'Ivoire.
Where to watch the AFCON Qualifiers in Nigeria?
Coach Jose Peseiro has named Captain; Musa, Osimhen & 21 others for his Super Eagles squad to face Sierra Leone in this month’s AFCON Qualifiers.
— Home of Nigerian Football (@EaglesTrackerNG) June 9, 2023
AFCON matches of the Super Eagles of Nigeria have most of the time broadcast live on SuperSport channels available on DSTV and GoTV. But apart from the dedicated SuperSport channels, the Super Eagles game could also be shown on AIT.
The Super Eagles had their first training session at the Mobolaji Johnson Arena, on Monday, in preparation for the AFCON qualifiers against Sierra Leone. pic.twitter.com/xHvY2cQtkG
— Sports Radio Brila FM (@Brilafm889) June 12, 2023
For Nigerian fans looking forward to watching the AFCON qualifying match between the Super Eagles of Nigeria and Sierra Leone on the 18th of June, SuperSport channels on DSTV and GoTV should be tuned in at the time of schedule. You can also watch the game on Eurosport if you're subscribed, stream on YouTube, live football apps and StarTimes.
— 🇳🇬 Super Eagles (@NGSuperEagles) June 13, 2023
Where to watch the AFCON Qualifiers in other parts of Africa?
Over 20 matches will be played in the AFCON qualifiers across many centres all over Africa beginning from Wednesday, June 14, to June 20. You can catch the actions live in almost all African countries through:
- SuperSport MaXimo 1
- SuperSport MáXimo 3
- DStv Now
- SuperSport GOTV Football
- SuperSport GOTV Select 2
You can also catch the actions live on beIN Sports, Eurosport, live football apps, and live football streaming apps.
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